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day. good morning. it's sunday, september 18th. this is the news on cbs 4. >> just thought about that i was close 0 to not actually seeing my son again. that was the scariest part of the night. >> an explosion rocks a new york city neighborhood, leaving 29 people hurt. here is a be live look at the scene this mog. a second device police found just blocks away. and the search is on far suspect police say shot and killed a 16-year-old girl in thornton, how the shooting has
we'll have more on those stories in a moment, but first, let's get a check on the weather. >> good morning. it's your last sunday of the summer season. if you go up into the mountains, look at breckenridge. that's 27 degrees. on the satellite, you can see on the front range, mostly clear skies, will be mostly clear this morning, and, of course, the big day today if you're going to the bronze game, kick off is at bronco game.
we want to get to our top story this morning. there was an owes o explosion in new york. there is after one explosion went off last night and 29 people were hurt. police found two suspicious devices. this is a live look at the debris scattered there. the victims are going to be okay, but they believe the blast kenneth craig has the latest from new york. >> reporter: bomb-sniffing dogs searched for evidence, after an explosion rocked the heart of new york city saturday night. witnesses say the blast was so powerful it shook buildings and sent people running for cover. >> i heard boom. i thought it might be fireworks, but it was so loud, and it just went through my whole body. >> reporter: witnesses say the
posted pictures of shattered glass on their facebook pages. over two dozen people were injured here, but right now, their injuries don't appear to be life threatening. >> saw a guy bleeding. >> reporter: where was he bleeding from? >> from his head, right here. >> reporter: the mayor of new york tried to calm fears of terrorism, but said it was an intentl point of a terror connection to this incident. >> reporter: the explosion comes less than a be week after the 15th anniversary of 9-11. an nypd said too a second device was found four blocks away from the initial explosion scene. investigators say it appears took pressure cooker are attached to wiring and a cell tone. that device was removed safely.
today, and they are urging new yorkers to avoid the area. just about 45 minutes away from that scene, an equity of explosion in seaside park new jersey, this one anticipated during a marine corps charity race. the blast happened just as runners were due to pass a trash can yesterday morning, but the race started late, saving anyone from being hurt. >> that was actually a very been delayed, we would have been running by where the explosive device was. >> the fbi is investigating. they would not say whether they believe the incident was terror- related, or if the race was targeted. back here at home, friends and family of a 16-year-old girl are mourning her death. haley vargas was shot and killed during a party in thornton early yesterday
shooter. >> it's the worst thing i've ever experienced. >> reporter: emotions ran high at a prayer vigil as friends remembered haley vargas, the an attorney they say was shot and killed at a party overnight. >> talk to her every day, and now it's like i have that part of my missing. >> reporter: teens tells us the party was cut short just before 2:00 a.m. >> some guy just started shooting in the house, and everybody started running to their cars, and i seen street. >> reporter: two sisters who did not want to be identified tried to keep vargas alive until police got to the scene. >> nobody was helping her, so we just couldn't leave. >> i got my friends shirt and wrapped it around my hand and tried to stop the bleeding. >> reporter: vargas's friends
not how is she died. >> people know her adams in the girl who got shot right now. i don't want her to be known as that. i want people to remember her as haley various it was, outgoing -- vargas, outgoing, the one who made people smile. >> police say a red said been might be associated with the suspect. if you have any information about what happened at this party friday night, the police ask that you please give them a call. right now, the death of community in brooms in shock. reese collapsed while running in a cross country meet on friday night. he died at a hospital later that day. >> i think there's a lot of shock. this happened very suddenly. we are trying to get acquainted with the idea that we no long
students. a young man who touched a lot of lives, just a generous, wonderful person. >> the school said it is working to organize a vigil for reese. he was 18 years old. witnesses tell us a blow pain tank exploded, causing this -- propane tank exploded, causing this fire in aurora. no injuries were reported. right now, fire investigators want to find out what sparked a fire at a storage facility in smart self storage near i225 and 6th avenue yesterday. nobody was hurt, but four units do have major damage. you can see why. >> well, tonight, cbs is launching a series focusing on the death of jon benet ramsey. we spoke with the producer and the investigator looks into the case. >> reporter: how did all of this come together? >> jim came to us five or six
frustrated. as one of the original investigators on the case, he hadn't been able to investigate it the way he wanted to. >> reporter: he put together a dream team of forensic experts to dissect the evidence. >> there's tons of evidence in this case. and what it needed was a comprehensive look from all sortth of different professional perspectives. >> reporter: the team even built a republican liuka of the house, focusing on rooms critical to the >> we're using behavioral analysts to actually deacon instruct the crime, reverse engineer it back to the type of person to commit the crime. ? of course win of the key suspects, patsy ramsey has passed away. >> what would each of you ask her, if you could get win question. >> i would ask her for exactly whatever she remembered about the initial moments when she found that letter on the staircase.
the story. this is an active investigation into the case, and then you can decide what happened to jon benet. >> the series starts with too two-hour premier tonight at 7:00. part two will air tonight night at 8:00 right here on cbs. we have learned new information about steps taken by investigators in the jon benet ramsey murder case. rick has a preview of tomorrow night's story. >> reporter: since a terrifying call for help. . >> reporter: a grand jury wanted to charge the girl's parents, but the family has now been cleared. what does it all mean? >> we would love to solve that case, file charges and pursue it. >> reporter: but are boulder police any close attorney finding the killer of jon benet? >> we have not and is will not
types of animals will get a special blessing at saint aidan's episcopal church. the public blessing is held every year. this service has become so popular, it now includes a peting zoo and pony rides for kids. it starts this morning. >> you can't beat a petting stew and pony rides. it's going to be a great day for that. sun is yet to rise. sunrise morning, but it will be a great summer day today. in the meantime, if you want to head up to the hills, the colors are it now. it's 55 right now. the forecast is right around the corner. >> a terrifying scene at a mall on saturday night. a man dressed in a security uniform goes on a stabbing spree before an off-duty officer kills him. how many are hurt, and what
new dedates about a stabbing attack that sent at least 8 people to a minnesota hospital. police say the attacker was dressed in a private security uniform and made references to allah. this all happened at a mall in st. cloud. >> we do know there is no imminent threat right now to the citizens of st. cloud, but we are still investigating, and the crossroads ma will be closed until further now advertise. >> police declined to call that attack an act of terrorism. the u.s. military says it might have unintentionally killed more than 60 syrian troops in a series of air strike opinions officials say the raid was intended for ivy. the u.s. and russia have been fight on opposite sides of the war in syria, but recently agreed to a ceasefire tow allow
humanitarian aide. >> this is a look at mile high stadium. kick offat 2:25. the sun is rising. look like broncos sunrise to me, dave. >> bring it on. can't wait for the big game today. it's going to be beautiful, and it's going to feel like summer today. look at this, limon right now, it's 36 degrees th but 54 at the airport and boulder here. >> if you look at the map now, outside of else cities park, a little windy up there. 23 mile per hour gusts in black hawk, winter park has a 47 mile
whole area has a red flag warning in effect for high fire danger. so from noon to 8:00 p.m. today, for the gusty winds, dry conditions, and heat, and it extends to fort come weres and all of southern wyoming, as well. so watch out for the fire danger up there. it's kind of high. i have a cold front over northern wyoming. high pressure down to the south, and the pressure gladeient right over northern colorado and southern wyoming. that's going to be a down sloping wind for us, temperatures will boost up today as that high moves out over colorado and new mexico today. that will keep those cold fronts up to the north, as well. so that's also the reason it's going to be so warm today. we're looking at 80s and 90s here. we'll insure the 80s and 70s out west. look at that, craig, miker, moab, and durango, all in the 80s today. here is the broncos game forecast.
83 halftime -- 85 at kickoff time. 83 at halftime. 80 in the fourth quarter. 88 tomorrow. we keep the 80s rolling all the way through thursday, and thursday is the first day of fall, and it happens at 8:21 in the morning, and we might pull out a few isolated thunderstorms by then. you can't tell on the map there, but by the time we get to friday, saturday, and sunday, with that front that comes through on thursday, we're going mid-60s for highs. so next week will definitely feel like fall. well, it seems bruce springsteen was born to run. he's been on the road for most of the year, but anthony mason managed to catch up with him at his home in new jersey.
that ended this past week, bruce springsteen played one four-hour gig after another. how do you keep doing that? >> i'm conditioned to do it from many, many years of experience don't try it at home, kids. >> reporter: it's the one arena where the singer, who turned 67 this week, >> you're looking for a particular moment, and then when you catch that, it feels so good sometimes, and enthen time disappears. -- and then time disappears. ? can't start a fire without a spark ? this gun's for hire ? >> you get a little physically tired. though it's amazing how you can do it every night when 0 you're
singer's new jersey farm recently, at the recording studio he built there. before where do you think your drive comes from? >> i think every artist has someone who told them they weren't worth dirt, and someone who told them their second coming of baby jesus, and they believed them both, and that's what starts the fire. >> that sry cbs 4 at 8:00. coming up, officials with the state's tourism department talk about why they don't plan to use legal marijuana as a selling point. and a no course field record at the rockies game against the padres last night. who manager walt weiss said has a bright future.
good morning. i would love to be talking about the rockies this late in september because they're in play-off contention, but we'll have to settle today for a record-bricking performance from john gray. gray on the mound last night. he got plenty of run support. no one crushed one in the first. murdoch had two home returns. but it was 16 shades of gray last night, as he broke the rockies strikeout record with 16 strikeouts in the game.
well. gray pitching a complete game four-hit shutout. that's what you want from your ace. rockies won 8-0. >> i just wanted to get back to doing -- being the best version of myself, and that's power, and getting after guys. >> we've seen johnny when he's good, and it's top shelf stuff. has a bright future, johnny, and he's doing some special things already. >> rockies go for a sweep afternoon. have a good sunday. hey broncos fans, it's game day. are you ready? well, join the conversation with us, and you can do it all season long with arby's fan
poll on cbsdenver.com. law makers in washington want to pull the plug on so- called ticket robots. that's the software that scoops up coveted tickets at major concerts and sporting events before anyone else, and then brokers resell them at high prices. congress has proposed a bill to end that practice. >> reporter: the producer of the hit musical hamilton im slamming the scalpers who used ticket robots as computerized cheaters. >> every time we put a new block of tickets on seal, the robots have invaded the ticketmaster system the second they went on sale, and electronically purchased almost all of the available inventory. >> reporter: that's what drove ticket prices into the thousands, and led the show's creator to call for a crackdown last month.
like. >> i would encourage all of my colleagues to co responser and support this bill. >> reporter: the new york's attorney general issued a scathing report last month, finding that ticketing is a fixed game with average markiums of 49%. for example, a single bot snagged more than a thousand tickets for a u2 show in the part limit, despite a limit of four tickets per customer. the passed a bill banning ticket bots. >> i don't mind paying for the tickets, but i think it should be done fairly. >> reporter: the bots act passed the house on monday. well, i'll tell you what, great. looking morning out there. the sun is showing some signs of popping up at 55 degrees. last sunday of the summer season, and it's going to feeling like it today.
be. in the meantime, shelby majors, our weather watch arer in fort collins is up bright and early this morning, and she is reporting 52 degrees. coming up, incredible video from arizona, where a plane crashes into a home. the latest on that investigation. plus the campaign trail was in colorado again last night. what donald trump had to say to supporters in
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morning. it's going to be a beautiful day, dave. feels like summer. >> we are v a great looking summer time day on the way this morning. you go tonings, already 50 degrees -- in englewood, already 50 we have a couple of clouds passing by, by out if their most part, we'll have a mostly sunny morning. most of the day will be sunny, as well. here is break down for you at the broncos game today. halftime 83. 800 by the fourth quarter. so any way you slice it, it's going to feel like summer today. we have several 80 nhl the week ahead, but fall arrives on
by then, as well. we'll outline that for you coming up in a few minutes. >> okay, dave, thanks so much. >> dick: new video of a plane that crashed into a home in arizona. amazingly, everyone on board is inside the home are said to be okay. the lane was carrying sky divers for an annual fair. a fire erupted after the crash, sending the pilot to the hospital with burns. a developing story from larimer county, cr husband and wife. jared sommervold worked at longmont highlands, his wife, genevieve, worked at fort collins high school. we now know neither one was wearing a seat belt. a young child was in the back seat, was properly strapped in, and survived the crash. drugs or alcohol are not believed to be factors in the crash. colorado springs hosted a second donald trump event in
candidate talked about his plan to reduce taxes and build a wall. he also attacked his opponent, hickenlooper -- hillary clinton. >> reporter: thomas in colorado for only his second -- donald trump in colorado for only his second campaign rally. in one month trump has nearly close $an 11-point gap with hillary money on advertising yesterday yet, that's even better. >> reporter: actually he has an ad, but it's his first here. so why the shift in the polls? lynch is making mist takes. >> my oh money -- lynch is makes mistakes.
as deplorables. >> reporter: he also hit on some colorado themes while he's in colorado, appealing to oil and gas workers, as well as steel workers in southern colorado who tend to be democrats. >> american steel will send new skyscrapers into the clouds. that includes denver. american hands will rebuild this nation, and american energy, mined from american to latinos, a key voting bloc in colorado he is losing by double digits. several latino protesters were led out of the rally. and squared off with trump supporters outside. colorado, a clear battleground once again. >> hillary clinton took a break from the campaign trail last
by the congressional black caucus foundation and received the trailblazer award for becoming the first female presidential nominee of a major party. >> turning to marijuana in colorado, state tourism officials say they won't be using the legal pot industry as part of their way to promote the state. officials say federal laws restrict what they can too, and that it's not a quote major attraction for visiters. despite that, they do say more education about what state laws allow needs to be expressed more the state health department does have a campaign to help with that problem. a financial adviser is fighting to win back his life. he said he was wrongly accused of robbing two banks. he has proof he was at work at the time of those crimes. >> reporter: steve kelly's life is far different today than it was two years ago,
>> i had an air tightal by, but they focused on me, all because my face was similar. >> reporter: police received a tip that the man in these surveillance photos was tally. he said a full s.w.a.t. team showed up at his home and took him into custody. >> they body slammed me done. i had five or six people on me. one guy was on my face, and then several men were actually taking my arms and just wrenching them back behind. haven't the result, broken he lost teeth, and now has severe blood clotting in his legs and feet. outside of the physical damage, he spent months behind bars, despite the fact he had a soliddal buy. >> my job was to be on the phone all day, to sell mutual funds. >> reporter: he was working for transamerica capital and was closely monitored throughout the day. >> i knew they were going to have a recorded conversation, because i on the phone all day. >> reporter: the case was
second time, claiming they had new evidence. that, too, was dropped. tally was never convicted of any crime, but the damage to his life had already been done. >> they destroyed my life, to go from a financial person to a person who is actually homeless now. >> he spent 94 days in jail and said he never received medical attention for his injuries. investigators are still looking for the actual bank robber. tomorrow, dr. phil wraps exclusive interview with burke ramsey. the brother of jon benet broke his silence. this really gets to the heart of the suspicion surrounding this case. >> did you hit your sister over the head with a baseball bat or a flashlight? >> absolutely not. >> reporter: burke ramsey addresses much of the speculation and theory surrounding the dit of jon benet. >> one of the reasons that he believes that you are the culprit here is that on the day
>> well, it was pretty much just, heir, we can't find your sister, what do you think happened? and i was, like, well, she's probably just hiding somewhere. look around the house. the next time i talked to somebody, it was, she's dead. >> reporter: a child psychologist interviewing him nearly 20 years ago. at one point, he was asked to draw a picture of the family, in which he drew his mom, dad, and himself. >> did you consciously not draw jon benet? >> i dore bull p but she was gone and so i didn't draw her. >> reporter: dr. phil walked him through the funeral. >> yeah, i rib the viewing. i remember the casket was small and her eyes were closed. and one of hire eyes was little droopy, and that was wired. >> and conjecture that his voice was in the back ground of the 911 call. >> where were you when that call was made? >> in my bed.
the night his sister died. >> yeah, i had some toy i wanted to put together. i remember being downstairs after everyone was kind of in bed, and wants to get this thing out. >> did you use a flashlight so you wouldn't be seen? >> reporter: i don't remember. i just remember being downstairs, just toys. >> reporter: dr. phil wraps up this interview with more direct questions about the details surrounding the nation's with burke ramsey airs tomorrow at 4:00 right here on cbs 4. a satellite with strong colorado ties is set to launch into space today. the world view 4 will lift off today at 12:30 our time. a ground like postponed the launch last week. the satellite will take high resolution pictures from space. lock heed martin built the satellite and united launch
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>> the ramp from westbound i- 70, to south bound i-225 reopens tomorrow. so for one night, your alternate is airport to 6. the ramp from eastbound arapahoe road also reopens tomorrow morning at 5:00. crews are realigning traffic on northbound i-25 over arapahoe road. when it does reopen, expect double right lane closures northbound i-25 for are the morning commute. i'll be watching that starting at 4:30 tomorrow morning. and still ahead, although it feels a little like summer, things are a bit different in the high country. we'll tell you where you can go to check out the fall colors that are happening right now. let's go ahead and take a look from our tech be center camera. you can see, not a lot of traffic out there on this sunday morning, but that's sure to change when the broncos game
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good morning. welcome back. good to have you here. there are a few clouds out there, but we're going to have a lot of sunshine to get going this morning. sunrise has actually officially just happened at 6:43. 55 degrees right now. some weather watchers checking in, and they have some great temperatures, here is the satellite. a good-looking start to the day. if you're going to the broncos game, 85 degrees at kickoff, and we stay in the sunshine all
cdot is testing out a new tool to use when gathers data on traffic congestion. crews put a high tech drone to work this weekend. we caught up with some of the engine ears behind it to see what it can do to monitoring traffic. >> colorado's department even transportation is getting a bi's >> you can legally fly, and it you can see 37 miles. >> reporter: as part of an faa approved test. cdot along with uavu flight operations are using this six- prop drone to check out road conditions. >> so right now we have the camera locked on i-25 here. >> with a major concert happening at the air force academy, tens of thousands of cars are expected to pack the
colorado spring. this drone will help monitor traffic using its camera and 30 types zoom with video feeding back to cdot and law enforcement. that essentially allow this drone to fly for an unlimited amount of time, while also keeping it in a zone. >> so we're never flying over traffic or schools, never flying objective anything that could be of any use to any personnel. >> reporter: instead of stationary cameras mounted on polls or pricey helicopter right ins, experts say drones like this will provide more accurate and cost effective traffic monitoring for cdot. >> anytime there's an accident or an emergency, or even a road repair, they can just pop this up, take the pictures, manage the traffic situation.
today's top stories. right now, this is a live look from new york city, as investigators take over that just massive scene following an explosion that sent dozens of people to the hospital. we'll have the very are latest, after they found a second device close by. and closer to home, the sun is up, and the clouds are kind of high in the sky, but dave says we have a summer-like forecast for today's broncos game, and possibly even the whole week. stay with us.
hispanic male in his late teens or early twenties. a boat five six with dark hair, glasses, and a hoop nose ring. if you have any information, please call police. >> a look at the destruction left behind from an explosion in new york city. 29 people were sent to the hospital. police believe the explosion was intentional. the victims are all expected to be okay. the mayor said they of doesn't appear this was an act of terrorism. a second twice was found. a bomb squad safely removed it overnight. dave is here now with the
things broncos when it comes to the broadcast, and it's going to be a hot one. >> it is. it's going to feel more like broncos spring training than fall football around here, but it's going to be a great day for a us, i think. let's check it out out there this morning. we have a couple of clouds, but a lot of sunshine for once as the sun is popping up over the city. there's our lookout mountain camera, and you can see, it's already looking like summer out there, and indeed, it is. 55 degrees right now. i don't know if you stayed up late last night, but we big, bright moon. alex shot this from romans park in englewood. it was a full harvest moon on saturday night. 39 degrees in greeley, 54 in boulder doug goodman is our
47 in winter park right now. the >> gusty winds, warm today, because so it's breezy up there in the foothills of the mountains. a cold front in wyoming, and a pressure gradient right in between, right over northern colorado here. this high should be strong enough to hold those cold fronts up north. so as it spreads out along the colorado and rocky mountain region, a flat ridge of high pressure, it will deliver warm temperatures today, tomorrow, all the way into the middle of next week. we're looking at 80-degree readings.
the eastern plains. we'll be about 85 in grand junction today. sunshine wall-to-wall, just a few clouds passing by. way keep the low 80s goes on wednesday and thursday. a slight chance of some thunderstorms on tuesday, that's a big day. the fall equinox. >> i think i'm ready for fall. >> i think i am, too. some of the best weather we have, it's my favorite time of year. >> and it's colorful. >> it is, yes. >> and we can tell you a little bit about it, too, because the colorado fall tradition is
the days of summer are numbered, and is we're already colors. if you would like to see more great shots, check he out our 4 fall color guide on cbsdenver.com, and be sure to send us your pictures. well, cbs 4 is back at 7:00 with several developing stories, and that includes a forecast, dave. >> forecast is looking good. this is our michael cam.
out there. we have 85 on the way for the high today. i'll let you know how long those 80s will last, coming up in the next half hour. still ahead, questions surround the death of a high school athlete in broomfield. what we know about the teenager and how the school is reacting. >> it's a practice many of us don't like on-line, programs that automatically scoop up large numbers of tickets to
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just thought about that i was close to not actually seeing my son again. that was the scare areyest part of the night to me. >> an explosion rocks a new york city neighborhood, leaving 29 people hurt. this is a live look at the scene this morning. what we're learning more about a second device police found just blocks away. and the search is on for a suspect police say shot and killed a 16-year-old girl in or rattled the community. plus details about the deaths of a high school track at fleet broomfield. what s the school doing to help students cope. good morning to you. we'll is have more on those stories in just a moment, but let's get a check of the forecast with dave first. >> happy sunday, everybody. as we look at the map here, if